AOSK Mach-E Mud Flap is coming soon! No Drilling Cutting is required, expecting available at late Nov or early Dec

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Installed yesterday - as others have said, very easy! Including the plastic clips (not sure what they are called, but I grew up being taught they were called "dammits" because of what you say when you try to remove one) was a nice touch. I reused some of my original ones, and replaced the few shorter ones.

I was able to do it all with the wheels on, though on the rear wheels using a flat body pry bar to start the plastic clips was helpful. If you have very large hands or just prefer working in a clear open space then you might like removing the rear wheels, but it isn't necessary. Front has tons of room if you turn the wheel out of the way.

Looks great and OEM, my pictures aren't better than any others in this thread so I didn't add any more.
thank you for this feedback!!! it's super detailed and helpful!!

 

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are the mudflaps texture surface? or just smooth?
 

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are the mudflaps texture surface? or just smooth?
Textured. That’s why I said that I was thinking of adding filler and painting a gloss black. I am probably not going to do that. I am, however, thinking of putting Pony decals on them or at the very least Ford ovals. ??
 

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Textured. That’s why I said that I was thinking of adding filler and painting a gloss black. I am probably not going to do that. I am, however, thinking of putting Pony decals on them or at the very least Ford ovals. ??
Ah, i missed that post. I was thinking if it was smooth, then black gloss ppf would've been good for it.
 
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Ah, i missed that post. I was thinking if it was smooth, then black gloss ppf would've been good for it.
you could probably try to sand it, I never try that, but curious about the result
 


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Im going to be a bad forum member and not read the entirety of the post. I would get them if they matched the look of my car. Thus, they would need to be the shiny plastic instead of matte. The matte looks really good on the selects with the matte wheel wells, but the Premiums with the shiny look it seems to clash.
 

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Installed yesterday - as others have said, very easy! Including the plastic clips (not sure what they are called, but I grew up being taught they were called "dammits" because of what you say when you try to remove one) was a nice touch. I reused some of my original ones, and replaced the few shorter ones.

I was able to do it all with the wheels on, though on the rear wheels using a flat body pry bar to start the plastic clips was helpful. If you have very large hands or just prefer working in a clear open space then you might like removing the rear wheels, but it isn't necessary. Front has tons of room if you turn the wheel out of the way.

Looks great and OEM, my pictures aren't better than any others in this thread so I didn't add any more.
Thinking about getting these, didn't even think about possibility of needing to remove the wheels to put them on, it's still pretty easy without doing that right?
 

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Thinking about getting these, didn't even think about possibility of needing to remove the wheels to put them on, it's still pretty easy without doing that right?
Isn't that exactly what he said?

Many splash guard instructions recommend removal of wheels. I've done multiple vehicles where it said that without doing so. As he stated, on the front, turn the wheel first (i.e. turn left to do the left front, right to do the right front). On the rear, have a trim pry tool available.
 

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Isn't that exactly what he said?

Many splash guard instructions recommend removal of wheels. I've done multiple vehicles where it said that without doing so. As he stated, on the front, turn the wheel first (i.e. turn left to do the left front, right to do the right front). On the rear, have a trim pry tool available.
Ok I didn't know that.
 

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There is a video on the Amazon link that shows the installation. If you are worried about installation just check out the video. It looks pretty straight-forward.
Thanks that's the info I was looking for, I'm more tech inclined than tear apart cars inclined so was just wondering lol
 

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you could probably try to sand it, I never try that, but curious about the result
I may just try that when i get my GT-PE. in production this week, so would be quite a while heh.
 

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Hello, Everyone, this is AOSK! after many product testing and early stage preparations, the Mud Flaps is finally ready, and it is on the way to Amazon Warehouse!

UPDATE: It is In stock, and we provide a 90 days warranty, if you ever ever has any issue with this product, always let me know, or dm me.


link:

https://www.amazon.com/Mustang-Spla...4AD1CE6CD4D1833DE9F98AE_afap_abs&ref_=aa_maas

or more Mach-E products:

www.amazon.com/aoskonology

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No Drilling and Cutting at all
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I got mine today, and installEd them in no more than 35 minutes! It’s great that install tools come with the set……. Would have been nice if they were gross black, to match trim……, but they are functional. Bill Pitman

 

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@AOSK mud flaps installed yesterday. Infinite blue Premium AWD ER. This would be an easy install for almost anyone. I managed to do it and I’m just a bit over a month since knee replacement surgery.

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